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Book review: Jamie A. Waters – To Kill a Fae – The Dragon Portal Book 1 (@jawatersbooks)

Within a city of stone, metal, and dead wood many secrets can be found. Some beneath the twisting sewers, and others a little closer to home. Years ago Sabine was forced to flee her homeland. Taking up residence in the last place any would think to look for her. She became lost amidst the crowd.… Continue reading Book review: Jamie A. Waters – To Kill a Fae – The Dragon Portal Book 1 (@jawatersbooks)

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Book review: Gnosis – Rick Hall

Sam had been having a tough time. Her father had been murdered and accused of something she just knew he hadn't done. As a minor she was assigned into care, but no one could keep her from investigating the truth. On the run from her carers she soon finds the list of people she needs… Continue reading Book review: Gnosis – Rick Hall

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Book review: Nena – Ann Boelter

Nena knew the gods would one day choose a man for her, but at nineteen it seemed they were waiting. In earnest, Nena had no qualms about this delay. She loved her life as a warrior, the feel of a weapon in her hand, the thrill of battle. All the things she loved about her… Continue reading Book review: Nena – Ann Boelter

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Book review: Pandora Syndrome – April Wahlin (@aprilwahlin)

Pandora died on the day she was born. She had been out celebrating her twenty-first birthday with her brother and best friend. Unfortunately, she had been separated from them. But the last day of her life became the beginning of a new and possibly eternal chapter. There was more to her death than a random… Continue reading Book review: Pandora Syndrome – April Wahlin (@aprilwahlin)

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Book review: Little Girls Sleeping – Jennifer Chase (@JChaseNovelist)

Katie wasn't sure of her place when she left the army. Her previous employment and her familial connections meant she at least had some time to find out. Working as an admin was different to the action-packed life she had been used to. It wasn't long, however, before a cold case revived a ghost from… Continue reading Book review: Little Girls Sleeping – Jennifer Chase (@JChaseNovelist)

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Book review: Michael Pronko – The Moving Blade (@pronkomichael )

Jamie hadn't seen her father, Bernard Mattson, for years, they had drifted apart, but it had been about to change, they had planned to reunite, but then his murder put a stop to the plan. But murder is not the only thing she finds in his wake, a robbery on the day of his funeral… Continue reading Book review: Michael Pronko – The Moving Blade (@pronkomichael )

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Book review: Sarah Y. Westmoreland – Najee: Awakening (@SWestAuthor )

Akinia had barely survived the torture. She had been flayed and beaten to the brink of death, healed, and forced to endure again. But even then they could not turn her. It had been a long road of recovery, and her insistence about being let back in the field, instead of hidden away on Paméd,… Continue reading Book review: Sarah Y. Westmoreland – Najee: Awakening (@SWestAuthor )

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Book review: Alexa Padgett – Sweet Solace (@AlexaPadgett )

Dahlia had been with her husband Doug for what had seemed liked forever, committed to the vows she made to the musician as a teenager. Even if he didn't take them as seriously. He had betrayed her trust, hurt her, destroyed her in ways she didn't think possible, and that was before his diagnosis, things… Continue reading Book review: Alexa Padgett – Sweet Solace (@AlexaPadgett )

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Book review: Karen Glista Chasing the Red Queen (@ElizabethGlist1 )

Donja's mother has just remarried, and with that came a new upheaval. She was glad her mother had found someone after her father's death, but she had not been prepared for the change. Forced to leave her home and friends she finds herself in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan.  But this is just the start. A… Continue reading Book review: Karen Glista Chasing the Red Queen (@ElizabethGlist1 )

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Book review: The Secret of the Sacred Scarab by Fiona Ingram (@FionaRobyn )

Adam and Justin could hardly wait, a trip to Egypt with their aunt was a dream come true, little did they know the danger that awaited. A missing archaeologist, a strange feeling of being followed, and a secret entrusted to them, all marks the start of a gripping adventure that will take them to places… Continue reading Book review: The Secret of the Sacred Scarab by Fiona Ingram (@FionaRobyn )